Listening to pupils is crucial if we’re going to provide financial education that is relevant and meets their needs. We need to find out what they’re interested in and concerned about, and act on this so that we can create learning opportunities relevant to pupils’ lives. It’s good to take a step back occasionally and gather children’s views in a structured way, as well as taking day-to-day feedback into account. You can use this moneyfesto to support future planning of financial education as well as helping to assess progress.
Theme |How to manage money
Learn what money topics your pupils are interested in and concerned about to help you create relevant learning opportunities.
- For pupils to give their views on which money topics they would like to learn more about.
- For teachers to reflect on pupils’ views and take them into account when planning financial education.
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Timing: 60 minutes
Use the primary planning framework and glossary to introduce financial terms during this session
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